In studying various interpretations of The Bible including Bob Enyart’s “The Plot” which has inspired a couple of essays here, one question continues to nag: Do I trust The Bible to be “the word of God”?
The main tenet of Open Theism is that man has free will and, consequently, God does not know what we are going to do.
By Faith Alone?
May 9, 2011
I’m studying Bob Enyart’s the Plot, the premiss being that God not only responds to what humans do, but also that God may, over time and in response to what we do, change His mind.
A contract basically says that if one party does something, then the other party promises to do something in return.
Divine Intercession
April 26, 2011
Just as a parent is sometimes surprised, or horrified, at something his/her child may do, so too is God sometimes pleased and sometimes unhappy with our choices.
Bob Enyart of the Denver Bible Church is a proponent of both Open Theism and Bible-based Christian teachings.
In His Image
August 18, 2008
Okay, you all probably know this one. "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
Greg Boyd is an advocate of Open Theism as am I, but He is also a strong believer in the authority of the Bible.

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